April 10, 2014
Join us with the School of Social Work for a thought provoking dialogue exploring gender socialization, men’s accountability and allyship in a safe space. The event is scheduled for April 10 at the School of Social Work Room 305. Social Justice Advocate, Peter Qualliotine, from the Organization for Prostitution Survivors will be the main speaker of the evening.
April 4, 2014 – April 6, 2014
We are partnering with the Western Regional International Health Conference (WRIHC) Committee for the 11th annual conference April 4-6 at UW Husky Union Building! Our Executive Director, Sutapa Basu, will be one of the speakers at this amazing event. WRIHC will feature dynamic discussions on gender, sexuality, and social movements; networking with experts and colleagues; and the opportunity to challenge our assumptions and expand the scope of global health. Students are now $50 and faculty members are$100. Register here!
March 8, 2014
Tickets available: http://engage.washington.edu/womenofcourage2014
Mark your calendar and join us in celebrating International Women’s Day 2014 by hosting our annual Gala on the UW Seattle campus on March 8th!
Contact us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 685-7570
May 2, 2013
Panel discussion with local experts on immigration reform and what it means for students, laborers, industries and public servants.
Panelists will discuss various aspects of immigration reform from their perspective fields and engage the audience in a comprehensive discussion on immigration policies needed to promote a thriving economy and protect worker’s human rights.
April 17, 2013
Reconnect – Relate – Reinspire
Come connect with people in business, non-profit, and policy.
Guest Speaker: Dawn Trudeau
April 14, 2013
Application Deadline: Sunday, April 14th, 2013
Application is Free
Apply online for the June 2013 Institute at the following link: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/newlead/141358
The 2013 NEW Leadership Institute will be held from Monday, June 17th – Saturday, June 22nd at the University of Washington- Seattle campus.
For additional information about the week, download our draft agenda here
Please contact us at email@example.com or call 206-685-1090 with questions regarding the program.